SAN FRANCISCO, August 02, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Snapdocs, Inc., a leading digital closing platform for the mortgage industry, announced that its VP of Product Briana Ings was named to HousingWire's 2021 Women of Influence list. The award honors 100 women shaping and propelling the mortgage, real estate and fintech industries forward. This is the 11th year that the award has been given. The Women of Influence are selected based on their professional achievements within their organizations, but contributions to the overall industry, community outreach, client impact and personal success also factor into the committee's decision.
Bengaluru-based agritech startup Cropin has given a 70X return to its early stage investors through a secondary share sale and...
This new capital will drive the growth of the company in Mexico and Colombia. : Live online learning platform Coderhouse announced the closing of a $ 13.5 million Series A investment round by major funds from Latin America and Silicon Valley . This capital raising was led by monashees with the participation of Reach Capital and the founders of companies such as Loggi, Rappi, Wildlife Studios, Meliuz, MadeiraMadeira, Cornershop, Bitso, Casai, Clara, RunaHR and Belvo . Current investors also participated: Y Combinator, Nubank CEO David Velez, Vercel CEO Guillermo Rauch, and Hugo Barra .
Gurugram-based B2B marketplace Fashinza, which connects fashion brands with apparel factories, has raised $20 Mn in Series A funding. The...
Summary List PlacementAbout a year ago, virtually every psychedelics company was focused on developing medical treatments that could be approved by regulators. In 2021, that's no longer the case. In just a short period of time, a whole network of psychedelics startups focused on tech, delivery, and distribution have risen up to lay the groundwork for what might become a $100 billion market. There are still biotech companies working through clinical trials and talking with regulators to get medications on the market, and those startups are as popular as well.
Summary List PlacementWhile Silicon Valley's venture capitalists are upping sticks for Miami, one bright star has quit Sand Hill Road for Europe. Alex Lim, youngest ever partner at IVP and a native Brit, has moved to London to become managing partner of Blossom Capital, the Series A investor set up by ex-Index Ventures principal Ophelia Brown. At IVP, Lim backed now-listed telehealth firm Hims & Hers, gaming chat service Discord, software giant UiPath, and virtual events firm Hopin, which became Europe's fastest-growing startup of all time earlier this year.
OAKLAND, CA, Hello Divorce, a legal tech platform for divorces, announced a seed investment of $2 million led by CEAS.
Investing as a hobby and profession has gotten more popular in recent years. Anam Lahkani and Eve Halimi cofounded Alinea to take address this growing demographic and empower them as they grow their money.
Firm to expand business in India and West Asia, with core focus on providing children in 3-15 age group with premium content and training by leading educationists from across the world.
Early-stage venture capital fund Newtopia VC launched Monday with $50 million to invest in tech startups based in Latin America.